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overture

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Synonyms for prelude

something that serves as a preceding event or introduces what follows

music that precedes a fugue or introduces an act in an opera

serve as a prelude or opening to

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play as a prelude

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Performance Series: 24 Preludes for Solo Piano, by Nathan Hall.
Along with previously named partners, Pacific Fertility Center of San Francisco, Reproductive Biology Associates of Atlanta, MyEggBank, a donor egg bank, and now the Vivere markets, which includes HFI of Houston, Prelude continues to execute its strategy of partnering with top-tier centres in the largest US metropolitan areas.
Last month Prelude arrived at its operating location in the Browse Basin, offshore northwest Australia.
Project Prelude Rune" will be developed by the newly established Studio Istolia in Tokyo, Japan.
Leikin attributes to Slavic folk music the alternating major-minor prelude pairing or "relative major-minor fluctuating mode," which appears in Cyrillic, unfortunately without transliteration (p.
At a height of 100m, a diameter of 26m, and weighing in at over 11,000 tonnes, the turret will ensure the safe operation of the Prelude floating LNG facility in even the most extreme weather conditions.
This innovative FLNG facility will be stationed by Shell at its Prelude gas field off the northwest coast of Australia, unlocking new essential energy resources offshore to meet growing demand.
TOrria leads us almost to the very core of Bach's perfection, unveiling the nooks that you do not even notice in fast tempos (this mainly applies to BWV 565 and the works created in Leipzig: the Prelude and Fugue in B minor, BWV 544, the Fantasia and Fugue in G minor, BWV 542, the Prelude and Fugue in C minor, BWV 546, the Prelude and Fugue in C major, BWV 547), and he eschews etudity by fine articulation and agogic nuances (the Prelude and Fugue in A minor, BWV 543), while elsewhere, by means of silence (a brief pause).
Shell says the vessel, called Prelude, is an important development for the LNG industry because it will reduce both the project costs and the environmental footprint of LNG development.
He considers previous analyses of the Prelude in A minor, and discusses the Preludes in E minor and B minor in terms of Schenkerian analysis, the Prelude in A major in terms of deconstruction, analytical methods that are useful for preparing a performance of the Prelude in C minor, and the fingering, structure, and ontology in the Etude in F minor from Methode des methodes, in addition to the Second Ballade's structure, tonal gestures, and literary program.
The 488-meter-long hull of Shell's Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility has been floated out of dry dock at the Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) yard in Geoje, South Korea, where the facility is under construction.
Royal Dutch Shell has launched the biggest thing ever sent to sea -- the Prelude Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) vessel -- even as plans were already under way for something bigger.
Summary: Jumblatt warned that the release of three Army officers arrested over the killing of a prominent anti-Bashar Assad preacher might be a prelude to the freeing of former MP Michel Samaha,
With Prelude for iPad, artists can bring together news, social media feeds and tour info for fans on the go.
Julia Osman, Professor of History at Mississippi State University, tells the story of The Battle of Jumonville Glen, a prelude to the Seven Years' War.